District Attorneys and Solicitors-General recruit and select professional personnel for their respective judicial circuits and counties. Vacancy announcements are posted as a service to these elected chief prosecutors. Please follow the reply instructions included in each announcement.
Other employment announcements from the prosecution community are also posted on a regular basis.
The Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Additionally, the Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia is a registered participant in the federal work authorization program commonly known as E-Verify, and uses this program to verify employment eligibility of all employees hired on or after July 1, 2008. [Federally-Issued User ID #: 144282, Date of Authorization: August 12, 2008]
Please contact Human Resources Director Chantalia Cooper to add or remove an announcement.
The Mountain Judicial Circuit District Attorney will have an opening for a state-paid legal secretary in the Stephens County office. This position performs secretarial and clerical tasks necessary for the prosecution of felony cases including intake, data entry, document creation and processing, calendar preparation and general filing. Additionally, this position serves as the general receptionist for callers and visitors to the Stephens County office. The ideal candidate will be well-organized, detail-oriented, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and able to work successfully in a demanding environment. Starting salary is $27,630.00.
If interested, kindly email your resume and cover letter in PDF or Microsoft Word format by March 21, 2014 to:
Assistant District Attorney
Mountain Judicial Circuit
Assistant Attorney General, Torts Section
Duties & Responsibilities
Position works on tort cases involving the defense of state agencies in state court throughout the state. These actions include wrongful death, medical malpractice, automobile accidents and other negligence claims. Travel is required. POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED.
Minimum Training & Experience
Member of the Georgia Bar AND graduation from an accredited law school. Preference will be given to applicants with five (5) or more years litigation and/or tort related experience.
Along with your resume, applicants are required to complete and submit an Attorney DEPARTMENT OF LAW application & waiver, which may be found on the Department’s website at: http://law.ga.gov/application-forms. Please mail your completed application to: the address below, Attn: WK Brown, Director of Human Resources. Applications are reviewed by the Division Deputy; selection of candidates is based on the specific preferred qualifications needed by the position. Please submit two (2) writing samples along with copies of your official undergraduate and law school transcripts. You may submit the application & writing samples with the transcripts to follow. Candidates that are not interviewed will have their application information held in the Applicant Pool and considered for future vacancies with the Department. A criminal background check is completed on all candidates; employment is also contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of the background investigation. SALARY IS COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE. POSITION is OPEN UNTIL FILLED.
All qualified and interested applicants should submit a resume and a Department of Law application to:
Attn: WK Brown
Director of Human Resources
Department of Law
40 Capitol Square S.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30334
The Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit has an opening for a state-paid Assistant District Attorney whose primary responsibilities will be in the accountability court. We are looking for a top-quality prosecutor who has the ability to become a strong courtroom advocate. Applicant must be a team player with an excellent attitude, and able to manage high case volumes under stressful conditions. The salary range is up to $50,023.48, with full State benefits.
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume (references are optional) to our Baldwin County Office at:
District Attorney’s Office
Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit
Baldwin County Courthouse
121 N. Wilkinson Street, Suite 305
Milledgeville, Georgia 31061
The applicant must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia and ready to “hit the ground running.” An employment background check and drug screening will be required.
Selected applicants will be contacted by the DA to schedule an interview. Applicants who are not selected WILL NOT receive notification.
ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!
Senior Assistant District Attorney
The Office of the Fulton County District Attorney is seeking an experienced appellate attorney to serve as a Senior Assistant District Attorney assigned to the Appellate Division. Excellent writing and research skills are required. Experience in preparing appeals and arguing before appellate courts is required.
Please email your resume and a writing sample to:
The Office of the Fulton County District Attorney is seeking an experienced candidate to serve as Graphic Designer. Along with other assignments, this position entails meeting with lawyers, consulting with them and transforming their complex, technical information into clear, effective presentations (interactive-multimedia-PowerPoint presentations with charts, graphs, timelines, and diagrams).
Please email your resume and a portfolio or website link to:
The Griffin Judicial Circuit is now accepting applications for an Assistant District Attorney position. Position will be a county-paid position handling primarily felonies. Applicants must be a member of the State Bar of Georgia. Salary based on experience.
For more information or to submit your resume, please contact Hon. Scott Ballard, District Attorney by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Incumbents in this class are responsible for collecting and analyzing relevant crime statistics data for tactical, strategic and administrative use.
Training and Experience:
Certified Law Enforcement Analysts and Certified Crime and Intelligence Analysts preferred
Please email resumes to:
Deputy District Attorney
INVESTIGATOR - WHITE COLLAR CRIME UNIT
The Investigator of the White Collar Crime Unit is responsible for conducting criminal investigations of complex white collar cases involving losses of more than $100,000.00; interviewing complainants, witnesses, and suspects in felony cases and evaluating their statements; collecting and preserving evidence; inputting and analyzing large amounts of data; preparing investigative reports; assisting other law enforcement agencies in the investigation of various violations; participating in dangerous case assignments, including raids, arrests and undercover assignments; and preparing cases for hearings and trial.
Please email resumes to:
Deputy District Attorney
The District Attorney’s Office, Clayton Judicial Circuit, has an opening for an assistant district attorney position. Applicant must be a member of good standing with the State Bar of Georgia. An employment background check and drug screening will be required. Salary range based on experience.
Applicants can send a resume, cover letter and references to:
ClaytonCounty District Attorney’s Office
9151 Tara Blvd, 4th Floor
Jonesboro, GA 30236
Fax # 770-477-3342
The Enotah Judicial Circuit is currently accepting resumes/applications for a county-paid assistant district attorney position. All applications must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia. An employment background check and drug screening will be required.
Applicants should mail or e-mail a resume, cover letter, and references to:
Jeffrey Langley, District Attorney
Enotah Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office
65 Courthouse Street, Box 6
Blairsville, Georgia 30512
GENERAL SUMMARY: The purpose of this job is the prosecution of misdemeanor violations in the State Court of Augusta-Richmond County. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the investigation and preparation of cases for trial, representing the State in all stages of court proceedings and performing additional tasks relating to the function of the department as assigned by the Solicitor-General.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Represents the State in the prosecution of misdemeanor cases with direct litigation responsibilities.
2. Reviews files for prosecution and will represent the State throughout arraignment, trial and sentencing phases.
3. Manages a high volume caseload through case preparation and time management skills.
4. Presents cases for sentencing in State Court.
5. Reviews criminal histories, interviews witnesses and targets specific victim concerns and/or restitution.
6. Conducts special hearings.
7. Serves as resource for subordinate personnel.
Education: Juris Doctorate required. Must be a member in good standing with the Georgia Bar .
Experience: One or more years in similar position or sufficient experience to perform principal duties and responsibilities. Internship, third year practice in law, law journal and/or participation in Moot Court will be considered towards experience.
• Considerable knowledge of state laws, court proceedings, rules of evidence, policies, procedures and activities of the Solicitor General’s Office as they pertain to the performance of duties relating to the position of Assistant Solicitor General.
• Familiarity with local government and departmental policies and procedures.
• Proficiency in dealing with the public.
• Good communication skills, both oral and written.
• Demonstrated ability to work independently.
• May supervise designated subordinate personnel.
Work is performed in an office and courtroom, sometimes for long periods. Intermittent sitting, standing, stooping, crouching, walking, and occasional lifting of light objects.
The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees to this job.
IF INTERESTED, PLEASE EMAIL RESUME, COVER LETTER AND REFERENCES TO:
CHIEF ASSISTANT SOLICITOR
The Complaint Room serves as the central intake center for all felony crimes committed in Fulton County and operates on a 24/7 basis. Candidate must be willing to work evening, midnight and weekend shifts depending upon the current needs of the office. Must be a member in good standing with the Georgia Bar or be a member in good standing of another state's bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the Georgia Bar.
Unless otherwise indicated, resumes and employment inquiries should be directed to:
Rhonda Brodsky, Deputy District Attorney for Administration and Training
Office of the Fulton County District Attorney
136 Pryor Street, SW, Third Floor
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
JOB TITLE: Courtroom Clerk
DEPARTMENT: Floyd County District Attorney's Office
PURPOSE OF CLASSIFICATION:
The purpose of this classification is to perform clerical and secretarial tasks to assist in moving cases through the system, processing documents, developing schedules, and closing case paperwork. Provides assistance to prosecutors in the preparation of various court documents.
Performs a wide variety of secretarial tasks to support departmental operations; type documents, forms and appeals briefs; prepares schedules; processes incoming and outgoing mail; answers incoming calls, forwards calls, takes messages and provides information to callers. Prepares arraignment and trial calendars; mails copies of court calendars. Participates in computer data entry to store, retrieve, sort, update, maintain and compile information. Performs specialized tasks for the department; writes sentence dispositions; prepares specialized documents; requests certified copies of documents; prepares appeals and briefs for submission to the court of appeals. Performs filing duties for the department; files new cases; maintains existing files; requests files from archives; pulls files needed for cases; locates files for attorneys; purges and shreds documents. Operates office related equipment including a computer, printer, fax machine, copier, shredder, phone system, and various computer programs including word processing and departmental software.
High school diploma or GED with a minimum of one year of experience in a clerical or office position with exposure to court processes and related document preparation; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:
Floyd County Human Resources Department
P.O. Box 946, 12 East Fourth Ave., Suite 102
Rome, GA 30162
APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL FEBRUARY 4, 2013
The District Attorney’s Office, Macon Judicial Circuit, comprised of Bibb, Peach and Crawford Counties, has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney position. Applicant must be a member of good standing with the State Bar of Georgia. Applicants should be available to begin employment in January 2013. An employment background check and drug screening will be required. Salary range based on experience.
Applicants can send a resume, cover letter and references to:
Bibb County District Attorney’s Office
661 Mulberry Street, 2R Grand Building
Macon, Ga 31201
The DeKalb County Solicitor-General’s Office is seeking a grants manager. A successful applicant will have a strong background in managing grant funds, a proven record of identifying appropriate grant opportunities and submitting applications, and experience in researching additional funding opportunities. Additionally, applicants must be detail-oriented and have strong writing, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Experience in the criminal justice system and in managing federal and state grants is preferred. This is a part-time position (for approximately 30 hours per week) with benefits to begin in December 2012.
If interested, please e-mail a cover letter and resume by November 9, 2012 to:
Chief Assistant Solicitor-General